Ep. 2.1: Tatiana Angela Lansbury Romanov (ft. Alexandra Silber)
In This Episode
The lights go down. The curtain rises. Season 2 begins!
[Cat Quiz spoiler] Cole Porter’s piano is on view at the New-York Historical Society through January 2020, when it will return to its usual home at the Waldorf Astoria. Look closely for claw marks.
[Cat Quiz spoiler] Here’s how Otto did that thing that he did to Andrew Lloyd Webber.
The Cat Quiz prize that so delighted Al was made by An Actor Plans.
From The Maine Crime Writers, tips for writing animals into mysteries.
Here’s the letter Al wrote to Angela Lansbury for her 90th birthday.
The New Yorker reports on the Union Square Petco’s foray into fine (pet) dining with a new in-house kitchen. Sounds fancy, but it turns out cooking for cats is a lot harder than cooking for dogs.
Angela Lansbury, at age 64, opens the 1989 Tony Awards with “Everything’s Coming Up Roses.”
Catch Al in Cabaret at the Olney Theatre Center, now through Oct. 6!
Alexandra “Al” Silber
Al Silber is the author of a novel, After Anatevka, and a memoir, White Hot Grief Parade. She made her West End debut in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Woman in White right after graduating from The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow, and went on to West End appearances in Fiddler on the Roof and Carousel. Her U.S. stage credits include Terrance McNally’s Master Class at the Kennedy Center (with Tyne Daly), Camelot at the Shakespeare Theater in Washington D.C., and the 50th anniversary Broadway revival of Fiddler on the Roof. She has performed on international concert stages and was nominated for a Grammy for her 2014 portrayal of Maria in the San Francisco Symphony’s version of West Side Story. Her blog is London Still. Follow Al on Twitter and Instagram! Follow Tati/I Feel Kitty on Instagram!